Brunch isn't complete with a classic Bloody Mary cocktail. Find recipes for the traditional tipple here, plus lots of new twists.
This alcoholic cocktail will not disappoint. Tomato juice is shaken with ice, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, dill, fish seasoning, celery salt and vodka, then served with cornichons.
This 'virgin' bloody Mary is a good hangover cure. You can also add vodka for a spiked version, but note it would no longer be a 'mocktail'!
First recipe! Well to start us off, here is the latest recipe I've heard. Don't know if this will sound as weird to you as it did to me when one of our waiters suggested it for a hangover. I assure you it is amazing and does the job.
This is a great mix to have on stand-by for dinner parties. To make a delicious Bloody Mary, simply use this mix and add the desired amount of ice and vodka.